Sundial Sports Desk

Brandon Henson

The Cal State Northridge softball team (12-18) dealt with a long weekend as the team went 0-3 against No. 9 Arizona. The Wildcats slaughtered the Matadors 8-0 to open the three-game series on Friday. Saturday’s match was no walk in the park either as CSUN’s attempt to even the series ended in a 10-1 defeat.  In the final game, the Matadors scored five runs, but was not enough as the Wildcats ended the game with 16 runs and a sweep of the series.

Johns Hopkins University never had a chance against CSUN as the Matadors (11-8) recorded a 7-0 sweep at the Matador Tennis Complex in the non-conference match. Freshman Lorraine Cheung is currently 11-5 in singles competition, which is second on the team. Next, the team goes head-to-head with Portland on Friday.

Track and Field
The CSUN track and field team competed in the Cal-Nevada Championships over the weekend. The women took third place with 89 points and the men took fifth place with 78 points. Senior Desirae Gonder scored 18 points by winning the high jump and recording a season-best in the long jump. In addition, Lilyana Morejon won the 5000 meters with a season-best time of 17:13:14. On the men’s side, freshman Carl Horsley won the 100 meters and David Reid won the 200 meters.